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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LabelKing, Jan 1, 2010.

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    Apparantly Mr. Bijan was in Vegas aswell..
     
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    Have been in airports and the midwest for a while so no pics to post really. On the bottom, two inch cuffs.

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    I've been taking a bit of a break from WAYWRN (don't worry you haven't missed much [​IMG] ).

    Anyway here's a couple from last week while I work myself up to posting more regularly:

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    Shoes: Church's
    Linen SC: RL Polo
    Chinos: Uniqlo
    Shirt: M&S
    Tie: Michelsons for Harrods
    Hat: Tress & Co
    PS: vintage silk
     
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    And thursday (I think):

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    Suit: MTM (Mangas)
    Shirt: Aquascutum
    Tie: Jim Thompson
    PS: Howard Yount
    Shoes: EG Cardiff (MTO with dainite - rain forecast)
     
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    Looks good PG. I like the lift the red check gives the blues

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    Nice. Great sport coat.
     
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    Your outfit certainly get's my approval! Two thumbs up.
    Thank you, sir.

    ... is the jacket just a smidge too long?
    Could be. I'm always on the fence about jacket length. (See below)

    No way. I did that to my last navy blazer and regretted it almost immediately. It stole the jacket's nautical mojo.

    My boss "asks" us to do similar...I refuse [​IMG] .
    You're a rebel, Rob. Fortunately, I don't look too bad wearing the school polo shirt.

    TB - Now that school has started, I'm going to miss your more 'casual' shots - Tshirts n shorts n hiking boots! [​IMG]
    I'll try to do some autumn hiking in the coming months so that you can get another gander or two at my pale, knobby knees.

    i like it ... and although someone mentioned the jacket is long, i think it is more a reflection of your physique ... cos it seems to be hitting your knuckles at the right point. it could also be because of the sharp drop from the shoulders down ... there is no curvature in the sleeve to give the jacket a "fuller" look.
    I'm not following you, dawg. Please elaborate. Jacket length has always been a vexing problem for me because I have preternaturally long arms in relation to my torso. A jacket that hangs at my knuckles usually looks too long over my ass, and one that just covers my ass often looks too short at my knuckles. Any and all help in this dept would be greatly appreciated.

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    I'm not following you, dawg. Please elaborate. Jacket length has always been a vexing problem for me because I have preternaturally long arms in relation to my torso. A jacket that hangs at my knuckles usually looks too long over my ass, and one that just covers my ass often looks too short at my knuckles. Any and all help in this dept would be greatly appreciated.

    yfyf has disproportionately long arms as well so you may want to look at what he's done for some ideas.
     
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    Just as the threak sank to new depths of weird, MoK, PhattyG and comrade IST save the day. Furriners 3, Amurikans 0.

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    Just as the threak sank to new depths of weird, MoK, PhattyG and comrade IST save the day. Furriners 3, Amurikans 0.

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    I was thinking the same... triple threat [​IMG]
     
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    I was thinking the same... triple threat [​IMG]

    No pressure for the Merikuns today, huh.....

    Should I pose with my yellow Rolls Royce today to kick it up a notch? [​IMG]
     
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    No pressure for the Merikuns today, huh.....

    Should I pose with my yellow Rolls Royce today to kick it up a notch? [​IMG]


    Yes... yes you should [​IMG]
     
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    Trying to bring the cup back home:
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    Furriners 3, Amurikans 1
     
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    Just as the threak sank to new depths of weird

    Burnbulb-level weird? It seems fairly similar
     
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    Burnbulb-level weird? It seems fairly similar

    Roger that.

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    very nice and different WR ... gives a different perspective to the thread. particularly like the bowtie. do you have a website?
    Thank you!
    Yes, I do, but so far it's all in Swedish. Will probably get an English version going soon. Will let you know.

    Today's bow:
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    RL cable
    Stenströms
    Bow tie from my own business
     
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